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IMPORTS, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 February 1851
r . IMPORTS, . J»mwy 3»f-Fanny, barque, 331 toni, Capfot .J; S, Stove, from Port Boss, Auckland Isles ( 25 casks fish, 4 casks beer, I package oil J çlotb, I; spftse cooper's tools, R, Towns, , .,i 1 11 February 1,-Hirondelle, schooner, 10O tons, Captain Nixon, from Melbourne, with 110 bales 'fwboI.'Smith, Campbell, and Co. / February 1.-Sarah, barque, 417 tons Captain Jones, from Liverpool : 150 tins oil turpentine, '"50 tins oil tar, 498 ' deals, 74 casks wine, 385 cheeses, 27 casks bath bricks, 50 boxes files, 300: barrels rosin, 550 bags salt, 120 barrels bottled beer, R. M. Robey, IO hogsheads 29 quarter casks wine, F Macnab ; 10 cases leather, 3 cases ^merchandize, 200- barrels bottled beer, How, ^Barnes, and How; 10 tierces, Salmon ; 20 bags nails, 18 barrels, 20 firkins drugs, 30 firkins soft soap, R. W. Robinson ; 6 packages, 1 cask hardware, B. Thomson ; 1 box pictures, Boag; 350 hams, Gilchrist and Alexander ; 1 box pre sèrvës^ A. C. Brown ;' 6 cases, 5 bales stationery, ...
THE WORKING CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. Their present condition, and the means of their Improvement and Elevation. A Prize Essay. CHAP. V—EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYED. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 February 1851
THE WORKING CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. : Their present condition, and ¿¡ie .means of their Improvement and Elevation. . .ArP^he Essay. By the Rev. Samuel G. Green, A.B. CnAP. V.-EMPLOYERS AND-EUPLOVED. (Continued.) Expedients, somewhat similar,, might be adopted in reference to other departments of labour. The plan, 1 admit, would not he universally prac- ticable, nor do I think it can ever be adopted to . tlie extent supposed by Mr. Mill ; but, at any rate, there is room for its extension. Even now it is common to remunerate those in . whom peculiar trust is' placed, by means of a per contado, on thd'proh^s'^and 'óónvérselyjto make this-mode of remuíitírntión/is infônè''fbrm or another, moro general,; w6ul/r'ho' a''sure' moons of producing trustworthitiès!». '" Capital, at tho same time,, would occupy its legitimate province, and maintain its rights unimpaired. ' "Wo have not yet exhausted the duties of tho.' " lords of labour." Their position involves obli . gâtions which no paymen...
Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 February 1851
Polioe OSlce. POLICE, Saturday, 1st IVbrunry.-rMr. Dowling went through the drunkards list, overruling nfi objections, the principal of which consisted in excuses of either having just arrived from the coun- try, or being jnst about departing to tho country, of having mot a relativo alter years of separation, and partook too freely of tho juicy grnpo on the joyous re-union-of being usually ot sober and in- dustrious habits. But these reiterated pleas seemed rather to add sternness to the uncompromsing inflexibility of tho Jndge, than to detract from tho requirements of tho Law. " You" said ho to one of the female penitents "appear to bo of respecta- ble standing in life, 1 «hall therefore be moro ' severe in the infliction'of a penalty" und he kept bli word, Monition» of tb»» nature should be ex* ténsívelr circulated throughout tl»© city a» the day» , of one for the rieb »nd another for the poor are fust drawing to a dose, , . ,.. John Murphy, charged with assault with in- tent, ans...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 February 1851
nmmna nraouuajBifoiv ARRIVALS, February l,~Barah¿ barque, 417 fenp, Captain'' Jones, from Liverpool, 18tb October, .. '??»?>??"? February ; 1,.- Guardian* barque, 4Q0'f toni, Captain Young, from Gravesend, October 1 Otb, 1850; ' . " ' :'';r"; February -1¿- Hirondelle, schooner, 100 tonsV Captain Saunders, from Melbourne, 29 th instant. Passeugera-^Mj?.- Debenham,.and-7 in .the steer-;' aSe-'." ',\ . . 'r. - - '-"i Februàry l.r-Phoebe, schooner,' 89.:tqns,:Capt;' Nixon, from Melbourne, the '27th insten ti.' 'Pas- sengers-Mr. M'Donaugh, William' 'BrodieV'Ci'' Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor, Mary Maloney;', E. Lord, J. Buchannan, Miss Macdonald, T.'' Duffin, W, Waudley. Í^'C""'''3 . r *! February. 2.r-Eagle, steamer^l 5Ö!tbns, Captain Allen, from Moreton- Bay the 30tfi'Jüit. 'lPasseri-': gers-..Mr.[Marshall, Mr. Humphreyvs;' Mr. Coates1, Mr. Jones,.. Mr. Bo wernMn,.. Mr.^M'Williams. ( Mr. Compigne, Mr, White, and 29 sWeráge passéngéfsr" February 2^-rCadet, barque, 347 tons, Captain ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 February 1851
For Adelaide. (TO RAH. ON THE 4TH FEBRUARY.) i ^T-"XHB .WELL"KN0WN IPACKÈFC: ^^^^i^^^ 182, tcfns, -W. Heslop, commander.1 - "zzf^tM^S Tliis vessel will be ready to re- ceive curyo on Wednesday morning1, and will sail nd »l)ov(>, being wider engagement with the Go «ern incut. &lt; For freight or passage, apply on board, at the 'Queun's Wharf; or, to JOHN MACNAMARA, Queen-street. For San FrancUoo Direot. A riVHB FINE- A 1 BARQUE /Äf^k Jomr POTTER, ¿f/^Mj^jkg. Captain ;Mitchell, will succeed "^^^M^s^ the Brutus, and having all her 'SÉsfgtÉgÉ^ dead weight on board, will positively sail on the 10th proximo. For light freight or passage, apply to Y. W. CLARKE, J 72 Jamison-street. For California. ?gjh, ./jnil^ FIRST CLASS American '"^^W^ ^ MARTHA, . *"\ ? S34 tons. Henry Towne master, Egffi^tfsaSgB sail for San Francisco, about Stii february. This ship'is 7 feet 6 inches between decks, and ' thoroughly ventilated. She is iiow lyinsr at the Circular Wharf, and parties are invite...
DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 February 1851
D.OMESTIC. GIG ACCIDENT.-A distressing.''À&siSej^'. happened to Mr. Beaumont, of Botany, on the evening of Friday last. He was return- ing fromtheneighbourhood of Woolloomloo ia a gig, aceomdanied by *Mr. Waller, when, getting into contact with agate post attached 'to the residence of Mr. Smyth, the Insurance Broker, the vehicle capsized ; Mr. Beamont's arm was fractured, and his person otherwise injured. Mr. Waller escaped with compara- tively slight injury. COMMISSION OP HEALTH.-The commis- sion appointed by the government to enquire into the causes of the epidemic now so fatal among cattle, have commenced operations in n manner which we trust will be productive of some good. Several meetings have already been held, and on Friday last the Commis- sion inspected the carcases of nu meroin cattle then lying in various parts of Grose Farm-and also a number of cattle in various »ta«¿es of the disease at the boiling down es- tablishment. Their next business,we believe, will be t...
The Missing Documents. REPORT OF THE CITY COUNCIL ON THE SUBJECT OF THE "MISSING DOCUMENTS." [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 February 1851
Tho Missing Documents. REPORT OF THE CITY COUNCIL ON THE SUBJECT OF THE "MISSING DOCU- MENTS." Oil the 10th December last, the Council re- solved that the Report of the Committee on " Missing Documents," (dated ami received by the Council on,the 18th November last) be sent back to the Committee to hear such evidence as Mr. Alderman Egan may submit, and' that he be allowed to be present to examine and cross-examine tho witnesses who Vve already given evidence. In accordance with this resolution, your Com- mittee beg to submit, the additional evidence ad- duced by Alderman Egan, including the cross examination of witnesses formerly examined. On completing the,-evidenoe,r your Committee resolved, at the request) of^Mr. Egan, to Repprt to the Council pji the evidence now and formerly taken; and accordingly,7 oïl' the 16th instant, ap- pointed a Snb-Gommitfee; 'consisting of the Mayor, Councillors Peden-/and-Williams, to prepare the' Report, f. On .the-17th instant, however, Alderman Ega...
MONDAY, 13th JANUARY, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 February 1851
MGNDAT, 13th JANUARY, 1851. Present :-The Mayor, Councillors Roberts, Peden, and Ryan. Mr. May examined. By Mr. Ega». I remember being present at a meeting of . Council when there was a motion on the paper to enquire into Slattory's conduct, when the Council adjourned. I recollect your holding a paper up in the verandah and calling Mr. Thomas' attention to it. You held it up between your hands ; several Members of the Council were present. I and others were anxious to see it but could not, the centre part was exposed but not the edges. I tldnfc Mr. Moffiitt and Mr. Ryan were present. I went overvitOi'.your store ; there was a paper .read there, a sort of jocular last will, authorising Mr. Thomas, to bury Mr. Fisher. The paper pro- duced, narked'A, is the paper which was'read'on this ócca^iq'^,'I cannot soy whether 'the'/naper shewn by Alderroau Egan under the-veran'dâh'was thé document, A ; bub this document was' read subsequen'jilyj''ort'' the same day, at .MK'Egan's stores. ''' I ...
Agents for the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 February 1851
Agents for the Empire. SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS-Mr. James Alexander, Botany-st, Chippendale; Mr. Thomas Lusty, Bazaar, opposite Wright's Brewery ; Mr. Sa mucl Weldon, comer of. Burdekins Terrace and South Head Road. BATHURST.-Mr. Charles James, bookseller, Wil- liam-street ; and Mr. J.H. Jones, George-^ street. DUNGOG.-Mr. Thomas Hanna, Postmaster. DAI'TO.-Mr. John M'Rac, storekeeper. GUNDAGAI.-Mr. II. M. Turnbull, ditto. MURRURUNDI.-Mr. A. Brodie* Postmaster.;* PORT FAIRY.-Mr. Edmund Gleeson, storekeeper: PARRAMATTA.-Mr. Hugh Taylor. - GRAFTON, CLARENCE RIVER.-Mr;'William Pal 1 mer, Grafton Hotel. WINDSOR.-Mr. Robert Stewart, Watchmaker, George-street. MORETON BAY.-Mr. William Smith, North Brisbane. GOULBURN.-Mr. David Davis, Old Commercial Store, Sloanc-strcet. GUNDEROO.-Mr. Joseph Edgar, Postmaster. WARRNAMBOOL.-Mr. Thomas C. Gosling. PORT MACQUARIE.-Mr. James Phelps, Baker, Clarence-street. *#* Agents will bc appointed in all other parts of the Colony, as. soon as practicable.
Copy of a letter from Alderman Egan to the Town Clerk. Sydney, 17th January, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 February 1851
Copy of a letter fi om Alderman Egan to the Town Clerk. Sydnev, 17th January, 1851. Sm,-As I understand that tho Mayor is one of a Sub-Committee appointed to prepare an ad- ditional Report on tho further ovidoiico tuleen nt 1 »ny suggestion relative to what are now generally Known ns "Tho Missing Documents," and as that gentleman prepared the former Report, and as his personal hostility to me is top apparent to need comment; I thoreforé protest ngiuiiBt his acting on snch Sub-Commit£oe,' as,'under existing cir- cumstances, I could' have 'but little hope of re- ceiving from his hnnds, that .'strict and impartial justice to which' every niau is entitled. I am, Sir.- vour obedient Servant, DANIEL EGAN. ' John Rao, Esquire, Town-Clerk.
THE EMPIRE. MONDA Y, FEBRUARY 3, 1851. THE FIRST DUTIES OF THE LEGlSLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 February 1851
MONDA Y, FJ'JBR UAH Y 3, 1851. THE FIRST DUTIES OF THE LE GrlSLATIVB COUNCIL. " ONE of the most important of tho duties to which our new Legislature will have to address itself, is that of seeking, by all propor means, tho enlargement of its own . powers."-Herald, Jan. 29th. Tho proposition here so authoritatively put forth will not be extensively received, j by thinking persons, as axiomatical, though we hope it will have some general effect in leading to the enquiry, " What ought to be the first business of tho Now Legislature?" Whether tho publie enter into this enquiry or not, it is certainly ! . . » ? m-"-?-?--t .the duty of ' the politic^ Jpiirimligt; f|o ..? take up in earnest tho many i wipó'rtim.t topics presented for" discussion^by'-'thQ transitionary circumstances in which/ the colony is now placed, We totally-dissent from the: Herald's proposition at the head of our present remarks. Tho first busi- ness of the new Council ought to be, to extend, in accordance with just a...
News from the Interior. MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 February 1851
News from tba Interior. MAITLAND. ANNIVERSARY SPORTS.- On Monday sorae sports were got up in honor of the day, at Mr. Jacob Gorriek's, Spread Eagle, Ruther- ford. A time-piece and sovereign was raced . for, mile heats ; four horses started, and the race was won in two hents by Mr. Reeves's brig. Brown Jack, beating Slr. T. Moore's \ hay mare, Mr. Swau's bay mare, and Mr. Doyle's b.b. Hopstur ; the race was run over the new course, opposite the house, which proved to be an excellent course, about a mile round, and the soil neither boggy nor hard. Other sports were got up, and the whole proceedings were marked by fun and good humour. A great number of persons Mere presen:.-Maitland Mercury, Feb. 1.
Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 February 1851
Abstract of Auction Salea. THIS DAY. MR. G. A. LLOYD at his Rooms at ll o'clock, Earthenware and Glass. MK. R. FAWCETT at his Rooms at ll o'clock Damaged starch and blue, damaged drapery goods and slops. MR. S. LYOXS rrt his Mart at 11 o'clock-14 casks blacking, 25 bales wool, quantity of sheep- skins, 2 spring carts, cart and dray, harness, tte.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 February 1851
SYDNEY Printed by RODERT BARR, NO. 124, York-street ; and Published by HENRY PARKES, Sole Proprietor, at " THE EMI'IRE'» Office, JIunter-strcct, in thc city of Sydney, aforesaid, Tuesday, February 4, 1851.
Sydney Quarter Sessions. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3RD, 1851. Before the Chairman, and George Forbes Esq, J.P— [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 February 1851
. Sydney Quarter Sessions. MONDAY, FEBRUARY '3RD, 1851, Before the Chairman, and George" Forbes Esq, «T.P. Mary Ann Wight pleaded guilty to a larceny. William Harvy, a Vandemonion Expirée, was indicted-for stealing money from his. master Mathew Nowland, verdict-guilty. Senteuced to be worked on the road for four years. James Price, P.S., wds indicted for stealing wenring-nppaaél the property of Charles Kelly. Verdict-guilty. Sentenced to be worked on the x*oad for five years. . Michael Devereaux, P.S., was indicted for stealing wearing apparel tho property of Messrs. nossiter and . Lazarus. Verdict,-guilty. Sen- tenced to be imprisoned in Sydney gaol for'six months with hard labour. Elizabeth Ayus, FfS. was indicted for stealing a silver basket the property of Mr. Passmore of Cumberland-street. Verdict--guilty.. Sentenced to be imprisoned ia Sydney gaol for. 12 months with hard labour. There were six ; convictions .against this prisoner. : c ;. . Stephen Lawrence was indicted-.for s...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 February 1851
TO. ADVERTISERS. The Terms for Advertising in Tun EMPIRH will bo :-Two Shillings and Sixpence for .the first Inch, and Ninepence for every additional Inch, for each Insertion. All Advertisements must have the number of Insertions intended written legibly on tho manuscript, otherwise they will be repeated till countermanded by the Advertiser. Advertisements cannot be withdrawn after 4 o'clock in the afternoon ; hut new ones will bo received till 9 o'clock, every evening before publication. EMHIIB OFFICE, January 18.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 February 1851
1" , ÂJDVËRTI^MENTgyr :. Bottled Ale and Porter.' IN Three and Pour Dozen casks, and by the dozen Champagne Cyder, Lemon Syrup, Lime Juice and ? Cordials S. PEEK & CO., i 210_Wine Merchants. ON SALE at the WATERLOO WARE- HOUSE Ingham's Marsala, in hogsheads and quarters Pale, gold, and brown sherry, in bulk and bottle Port wine, in bulk, and bottle Taylor's stout . Imperial alo Furze's porter Harper's bottled ale and porter . j Byass'and Dunbar's ditto ditto Gin, in 2 and 4 gallon cases Brandy, Marteli's and Hennessey's Pale and brown brandy, in cases Campbelltown whiskey, in 1 and 2 dozen cases B.P. rum, .10 to 38 O.P. Assorted pickles, quarts and pints Onions, in quarts and pints Mustards, lbs. and i lbs. Sauces, anchovies, salad oil Red herrings, in tins White herrings, in half barrels Bath bricks, 500 dozen Hoop iron, 1 j-to 2A inch ' "' Sheet lead, 3 to G J bs. Yellow sheathing metal and nails Red and black paint . i nnd # inch lead pipe Rock salt Liverpool salt i Ratio...